Tiger Woods, bad back and all, plans to make his regularly scheduled start in this week’s Deutsche Bank Championship.
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“That’s all hypothetical right now,” Woods, who finished a shot behind Adam Scott last week, told reporters Sunday night about his ability to play this week. “I just got off and I’m not feeling my best right now.”